Posts Tagged ‘Checklist’

Useful lists and where to store them

A short post as I try and get back into the way of posting here after an unavoidable pause following the death on my father (1 month ago today, R.I.P Dad)

I was reading a post by David Allen on lists and it got me thinking about how I store information within my system, as well as info I don’t have but should do!
Looking at the ideas from David, I’ve started a list of part numbers / item codes in Evernote, along with photos of some items that are difficult to describe (Try expalining that you want a nut to retain a lightshade on a GU9 fitting when you don’t know it’s a GU9 fitting!) Account details etc. live within e-wallet on my phone, netbook and desktop. I use OneNote for what I call ‘bluesky’ lists – holiday ideas, ‘i’ve thought of this now what?’ lists; the sort of things I want to keep handy but will tend to view at review times on my PC rather than when I’m out and about.
I’m not sure you can put make lists on a to-do list but a OneNote section of keyboard shortcuts and common registry hacks seems like a great idea, along with ‘stuff I’ve lent to people and really ought to get back one day’

Where do you keep your lists?

The only 23 point Sunday Checklist you’ll ever need!

A recent tweet from Simon May pointed me in the direction of a post from a blogger I had not seen before; Nicholas Bate. THere are many interesting posts there, but this one caught my eye, the only checklist you’ll ever need